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Doctor of Philosophy in Physics

School of Physics, Astronomy, and Computational Sciences

Health Insurance Information

There is a new subsidized Graduate Health Insurance program provided by the Provost Office. Students who are considered "eligible" are able to take advantage of this subsidy. Eligible students have to meet all of these requirements:

  • they are enrolled in a Ph.D. or M.F.A. program
  • they are considered "full time" by the University Catalog
  • they are supported by a tuition waiver or a grant
  • they are appointed to a graduate assistantship with a stipend of at least $10,000 per academic year

For general health insurance related FAQs, please visit the Student Health Services FAQ ste.


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General questions and requests for additional information should be directed to Dr. Robert Weigel, the program director.